Attend APA 2020 - Virtual Convention August 6-8, 2020

 

Statement by the New York State Psychological Association in Opposition to Murder of George Floyd

 

NYSPA COVID-19 Resources

 

Coding and Co-pay Information by Insurer (Valuable information about insurance company reimbursement, COVID info: coding and co-pay info;  Interstate licensure changes, regulatory modifications,  access to webinar recordings on vital practice issues and more. New table added:  Telehealth Coding and Co-Pay Data during COVID) Member sign in required.

 

NYSPA Members Only Insurance & Practice Information (Includes webinar recordings & COVID-19 information) Member sign in required.

 

NYSPA’s Joint Statement on Coronavirus and Xenophobia

 


Welcome to New York State Psychological Association!

The New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) has been a pioneer organization for psychology in America. The association has been in the forefront of most professional advances and has established many firsts in psychology. It was the first state psychological association, it was the first group to press for legislation recognizing the professional of psychology, and it was the first psychological organization to adopt an official code of ethics (McCarthy, 1956).

The New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) is a 501(c) 6, nonprofit organization, geared to advancing the science and practice of psychology.

 

 

 

  

Members in the News


John D. Hogan, PhD, long-time NYSPA member and Professor at St. John's University has recently published a book (Sage Publishing, 2020) with tales from the history of psychology.  The publisher writes: 

"John Hogan’s Twenty-Four Stories from Psychology captivates readers with rich and off-beat stories filled with colorful characters and events that helped to shape modern psychology." 

 

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